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some of the most amazing indigenous footage i have ever seen. a truly gorgeous portrait. it is amazing that this is in the public domain, as so many frames are in themselves works of art. gorgeous footage of bullsfighters- i loved the part where the toreador is getting wound into his costume. almost archetypal in its portrayal of woman, and fascinating juxtapositions with the faces of native mexicans with mayan/aztec statuary. a must.
Subject: AWESOME FEATURE
RECENTLY, I HAD THE CHANCE TO SEE THIS MOVIE, AND I REALLY LIKE, BEAUTIFUL. I SAW THIS AND ANOTHER FILMS ON A CINEMA IN QUERETARO, QRO,AS A PART OF A RUSSIAN FILM FEST.
Subject: Que VIVA MEXICO
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FILM EVER!!
Really the essence of my people.
I recognize the music but I don't remembered the names.
Does anybody knows the names of the songs played?
Thank you very much
Subject: Awesome Piece.
One of hardest Eisnstein movies to find.
But this have Italian audio, the original one is in russian.
This is a gorgeous film in the quality of its scenic design, energy of life that it exudes and visual depth. I appreciated the planning and care taken with its filming of its festivals and close ups of the people. Although the portions of the film which had a fictional plot could have been improved by better acting the overral richness of the Mexican culture was achieved. This is a unique film that leaves one with a lasting impression of classic cinema.
Try http://subtitles.images.o2.cz/d/185836/Que+Viva+Mexico.html to download the English subtitles in srt format from a rar file. Add 5 seconds at the beginning to the timing to get it adjusted from PAL to NTSC for the U.S.
Subject: Corrupt file
Don't bother to download the 512Kb MPEG4 (369 MB) file...image freeze at 1:11:11.
Subject: the shot that started it all
this obscure volley of images from eisenstein's exploration of mexico and its people in the thirties is the foundation of every western ever made. watch this film and it will look curiously familiar.